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Peel board is an amazing company to work for. The training was so great and all the managers were so helpful with everything . They strive to make everyone feel safe, relaxed and always answer any questions or concerns you may have. The pay is good especially if offered overtime.
Amazing benefits and pension, our union is amazing, amazing staff and managers, with training there is always growth with peel board
I don’t have any cons
I worked for the Peel District School Board for almost 3 decades. My reflection on that time spent was that it was a mistake, like a very long bad marriage. I worked at a small high school through most of my career and witnessed that workplace culture was the hardest part of the job. There were dominant cliques that locked arms, metaphorically speaking, around promotion opportunities. If they didn't like you, your politics, your personal way of life, you would be permanently stigmatized without mercy. Although it was a great honour to be a teacher, the staff politics is brutal. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with students and I take that and my pension as the main redeeming features of my experience at the Peel District School Board.
Opportunity to work creatively
Mobbing, various forms of prejudice, sink or swim environment, cruelty
Much like other School Boards, the Peel District School Board was very Professional in it's hiring process. As a French Immersion teacher, I had a very positive interview. They assured that they would be calling me to work for them in the next few months. The Catholic Board, (I arrived for my Peel Public School Board interview early so I crossed the street and went in to see what this Catholic Board was like) They sat me down and told me that they'd hire me if the Public Board didn't even though I was not Catholic. My three children were attending Catholic Schools in Oakville.)
A monetary Bonus for signing on which I used to buy a good CDCassetteRadio
Some schools could be a longer distance from home.
Had to wait 5 months to get an interview and I felt the questions asked weren’t job related. After 10 years of background experience for the position applied I felt that 10 questions didn’t justify my ability to do the job. I feel that they are not an equal opportunity employers and experienced meant nothing to them more than the questions asked. Will not apply again. I would like to work for someone who can value my experience and expertise. For that reason I do not recommend them.
Questions are irrelevant, hard and difficult to understand.
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I like working with Peel district School Board as i have learned a lot of new skills and added to my experience as an Early Childhood Educator
During my work experience, I have developed strong team building and leadership skills that I am ready to apply to my future profession. I have developed many skills during my placements such as working as a team member with other staff members, implementing planned and spontaneous activities with different age groups of children, focusing on health and safety measures and problem solving skills. I want to bring my experience and knowledge in the classroom which I have gained from my work experience as Designated Early Childhood Educator. As a very dedicated ECE teacher, I possess many skills and provide dependability, consistency and bring a warm heartedness to my teaching experience. Finding enjoyment in my teaching career, I am hard working, flexible, and demonstrate teamwork and partnership with others.
I find working for the board was stable in job security and they are fair in how they pay everyone and even though the salary to upgrade is not the best they have great benefits and the off-seasons are very very hard and you feel handcuffed when your on government assistance that can not pay your bills and you can't have a vacation because of it.
I have worked with students for over 15 years. I enjoy the fast paced, energetic environment. I have great motivational and communication skills. I am a patient and caring teacher and I have worked with students from preschool to grade 5.
I Love working with Peel School Board, since I work with special needs kids. They r fun to work with, u get so emotionally attached with them that when they graduate and new kids come in ; u still miss the old one and always trying to understand new kids with ur previous experiences. Time goes very fast when u do learning and physical activities with our students.Amazing experience working with all ages and levels kids.
If you are permanent you have a job security,It is unionize, you have job variety,you have a choice apply in different Schools from KG to high school.You get almost three month off,But the bad thing in summer, winter and spring break you don’t get paid,You get laid off from board. You apply for the EI and that is not full amount of your salary.If you go outside of Ontario you loose EI.
Teaching is a challenging profession. I recommend you talk to experienced teachers before taking this on as a career. the peel Board is open to many applicants, but obtaining a permanent job may not happen within your first ten years. Be careful to familiarize yourself with relevant legislation before you begin teaching.
• Prepared letters using MS word to communicate with school principals regarding CRC applicants. • Received, sorted and distributed incoming mail up to 100 documents per day. • Received telephone calls and directing them to appropriate staff member. • Recording up to 20 voice mail messages per day and responding back after discussing inquiries with my supervisor in a timely manner.
Teaching in Peel is a fantastic job and very rewarding. The day is never dull but can often be stressful and chaotic depending on the day. There is a great deal of curriculum to cover which can be extremely difficult, but there are many outlets to receive help from such as the mentor program.
Long hours outside of the traditional work day.
All the staff were helpful and it was fun working with the kids. I spent time pulling weeds and taking care of the grounds with the support of the custodial staff. Everyone was very helpful.
You are often on the go and the only Social Worker at any given location/school setting. Can be a lonely job and stressful, important to have good boundaries and convey what you can do. This job can be overwhelming or manageable depending on how you approach it.